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Bryden Thomson - Hamilton Harty: The Children of Lir; Variations on a Dublin Air; Londonderry Air; Ode to a Nightingale flac mp3

Bryden Thomson - Hamilton Harty: The Children of Lir; Variations on a Dublin Air; Londonderry Air; Ode to a Nightingale flac mp3
Performer:
Bryden Thomson
Album:
Hamilton Harty: The Children of Lir; Variations on a Dublin Air; Londonderry Air; Ode to a Nightingale
Style:
Vocal Music
Duration:
01:16:36
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1111 mb
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1905 mb
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1876 mb
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Hamilton Harty: The Children of Lir; Variations on a Dublin Air; Londonderry Air; Ode to a Nightingale.

Conductor: Bryden Thomson. June 1979 (Violin Concerto) & April & May 1983 (Piano Concerto). 3-4 October 1981 (The Children of Lir & Ode to a Nightingale, June 1979 (Variations on a Dublin Air & The Londonderry Air). 4-5 Octoer 1980 (An Irish Symphony & A Comedy Overture) & April & May 1983 (In Ireland & With the Wild Geese).

Hamilton Harty Symphonic Poem "The Children of Lir" (Ulster OrchestraBryden Thomson). Ulster Orchestra - Bryden Thomson An Irish Symphony - II. The fair day. Vivace ma non troppo presto. Colin Fleming ( 1957) Flote, Denise Kelly ( 1954), Harfe, Ulster Orchestra, Bryden Thomson (1928-1991), Dirigent Hamilton Harty - In Ireland Fantasie für Flöte, Harfe und Orchester. Ulster Orchestra - Bryden Thomson An Irish Symphony - III. In the Antrim Hills.

Harty was born in Hillsborough, County Down, Ireland, the fourth of ten children of an Anglican (Church of Ireland) church organist, William Michael Harty (1852–1918), and his wife, Annie Elizabeth, the daughter of Joseph Hamilton Richards, a soldier from Bray, County Wicklow to a Nightingale" (1907), a Violin Concerto (1908) dedicated to and premiered by Joseph Szigeti, the tone poem With the Wild Geese (1910) and the cantata The Mystic Trumpeter to words by Walt Whitman (1913). Through his wife's professional connections, Harty secured his first important conducting engagement in London. He conducted the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) in a performance of With the Wild Geese in March 1911. Variations on a Dublin Air, for violin and orchestra (1912).

Orchestral Works (Ulster Orchestra feat. conductor: Bryden Thomson, violin: Pan Hon Lee, Ralph Holmes, piano: Malcolm Binns). Hamilton Harty - The Longonderry Air (5:35) 23. Hamilton Harty - Ode to a Nightingale: Introduction (1:41) 24. Hamilton Harty - Ode to a Nightingale: My heart aches (2:36) 25. Hamilton Harty - Ode to a Nightingale: O for a draught (2:02) 26.

Credits

Bryden Thomson - Primary Artist